Collection Balcon du Guadalquivir with a strong personality which captures the moment of the beautiful wrought iron Spanish balconies overlooking the Gualdalquivir river in the sun drenched Andelusia region. The visual strength of the bold graphics in a vibrant rich red colour combined to the more classic arabesque flowering curves against the sparkling white background brings to your noble table the perfect interplay of the lace and thin ribbon- like patterns of the balconies and the fiery energy of the Great River.
The geometry of the ironwork motif gives this setting visual strength, while flowering curves impart a timeless allure. Bold contrasts update the classic designs and bring to your table a sophisticated interplay of pattern and energy. The collection offers a variety of porcelain pieces but regardless the shape the effect is always tantalizing.
The ardent impetuous arising from the flaming square and round plates, oval and rectangular platters, rectangular trays, ashtrays and vide-poche, covered vegetable tureens and coffee mugs will journey your guests back to the heart of the remarkable miradores where they will be seized by the scents of jasmine and orange blossom and by the variety of colours which fill the streets to the rhythm of flamenco music.
Founded by Thierry Hermès in Paris in 1837, Hermès began as a purveyor of fine leather equestrian goods for European nobility. Over the next two centuries, the house grew to offer luxury bags, clothing, timepieces, and refined housewares that reflect a continued focus on quality and an unmistakable French flair.